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An Arizona death row inmate's Supreme Court case could force an end to capital punishment in Texas and across the country.
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Texas abortion providers will not have to comply with a state-law restricting the most common second-trimester abortion procedure after a federal judge ruled Wednesday that...
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Venezuelan authorities detained the acting president of Citgo, the state-owned oil company's U.S. subsidiary, and five other executives for their alleged involvement in a corruption...
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This year marks 54 years since President John F. Kennedy was cut down in his prime in the streets of downtown Dallas. What happened to...
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Amid talk of a Democratic "blue wave" threatening Republicans in 2018, Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz faces a new conservative challenge from an unexpected quarter:...
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After 173 years, an historic Texas map has come into official hands. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced Monday that an 1844 map of...
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Dr. Laura Murillo could have gone on for hours about the four decades of accomplishments of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. But the...
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Harold Xavier Gonzalez, a standout tennis player at St. John's School in River Oaks, matriculated at Harvard in 2014. His selection was announced over the...
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Lee Haidusek Chambers is officially announcing her candidacy to be the next Liberty County Clerk. In an emailed statement, Chambers explained that, if elected,...
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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will spend $5 billion in block grants to Texas to help rebuild damaged homes, businesses and other...
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